Opinion / China Dream in expats' eyes

Chinese Dream in expat's eyes

Since Chinese President Xi Jinping first used the concept of "Chinese Dream" on Nov. 29, 2012 in Beijing, it has resonated with the world's common aspiration of development. Here we bring stories by expats who pursue their own Chinese Dream.

My love affair with Wuhan city

[2014-10-20 16:47]

Wuhan is a beautiful city and anyone who has lived there for more than a year would testify to that.

7 Chinese eating habits Westerners don’t get

[2014-10-11 14:42]

There are many customary differences between the West and the East, not the least of which are some of China’s eating habits.

Panda's foreign journey

[2014-10-08 17:19]

The CCTV4 channel is essential to the life of overseas Chinese. As for me, news programmes, the cultural series Homeland, Dreamland and the advertisements are my favorites.

Xi's visit to South Asia of great importance

[2014-09-29 17:19]

President Xi Jinping's visit to India and Sri Lanka couldn't have come at a more critical, yet opportune moment.

Couple in love with Chinese culture

[2014-09-24 10:50]

Slater and Emma are an American couple that have lived in China for four years. They are both English teachers.

Journey to South Asia

[2014-09-22 21:16]

Why are developed nations now looking to the least-developed “virgin” nations? There are a lot of areas open to exploration by sharp minds and technologies.

China' s tie with triad in South Asia

[2014-09-19 16:48]

As the world’s largest populated and second largest economy, China holds 14 neighbors with different political aspects and geographical structures.

President Xi to visit South Asia

[2014-09-18 17:03]

President Xi will visit three South Asian countries starting on 11 September, 2014, in alphabetical order these are India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

Sino-Indian relationship strengthens

[2014-09-17 16:29]

China and India are the emerging economies of the most populous region in Asia. Both have long-standing economic ties and China regards India as an important trade and economic partner.

A warm Indian welcome to a neighbor

[2014-09-16 18:20]

India will welcome the visiting head of a friendly, good, neighboring family. I hope it is a traditional Indian welcome - the way we welcome friends and neighbors.

In Chinese marriages family still comes first

[2014-09-04 15:55]

It is said that marriage is the tomb of love; I believe this to be true in a Chinese marriage where romantic love either dies out or is replaced by affection between family members.

Return to China an eye opener

[2014-09-01 16:30]

have been back in China for more than a month. What I have experienced during this period of time is exactly opposite to what I had imagined.

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